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17$ for first page submits. bs?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by skunk1311, May 12, 2009.

  1. skunk1311

    skunk1311 Registered Member

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    Ive been accepted into like 4 cpa networks and looking through revenuehill and commisionempire and i search the keywords first page to find offers than convert after first page submit and offers are paying over $10 up to around $17.
    I cant believe this is true? I signed up to one of the offers through a proxy just to see and it didnt convert.

    Are they bs?

    thanks
     
  2. mkarthik91

    mkarthik91 Newbie

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    I've been accepted by these two sites. I want to know if commission empire really do pay?
     
  3. skunk1311

    skunk1311 Registered Member

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    Yeh with all the high paying simple offers and more it seems to good to be true. ( I love 'The real hustle' )
     
  4. Rein1418

    Rein1418 BANNED BANNED

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    Now I gotta blackhat these ;)

    Will post results as soon as I get em!
     
  5. blazed

    blazed Junior Member

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    commission empire does NOT pay
     
  6. masteraffmarket

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    i have a first page submit that $18. its for a credit loan

    the kicker is the lead has o have 10k in debt
     
  7. RamChaturvedi

    RamChaturvedi Supreme Member

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    what about revenuehill???
     
  8. TrevDawg

    TrevDawg Junior Member

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    There are lots of those within a couple of networks. I've been promoting some of them the last couple of months have made bank off of them. I mean getting paid $15 for an 8 field form is cake.
     
  9. Grandslam

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    Do you care to mention what type of offer you were promoting? I don't want to steal your ideas, i just figured that it could help me brainstorm some new strategies

    i'd appreciate it
     
  10. p2y

    p2y Regular Member

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    Unless you are generating legit signups,high paying registrations such as loans and education offers are very dangerous since they require phone numbers to get in touch with their potential clients.
     
  11. PostWhore

    PostWhore Registered Member

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    Why BS? I remember when mortgage refinancing leads paid ~$25 per lead.
     
  12. habs4life

    habs4life BANNED BANNED

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    revenuehill is legit
     
  13. AdisLCS

    AdisLCS Power Member

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    first page lead submits in financial industry are commonly over $15, $20, even $35 for mortgage back in the day. But you got to be careful giving them BS , usually merchants are very strict and keep a very very close eye for any suspicious activity. Additionally it is very competitive market and going the old PPC route can suck you dry in hours.